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300 Pike Street
PO Box 1852
SHINNSTON, WV 26431
Phone: (304) 592-2500
Fax: (304) 592-2422
Lee Cunningham

Lee Cunningham

Monday, January 26th, 1931 - Saturday, February 8th, 2020
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Lee and Joann Cunningham passed away on Saturday February 8, 2020 due to a vehicle accident in Clarksburg.
They are survived by their daughters, Debra Fortney and her husband Dennis of Lumberport, Patty McNemar and her husband Kevin of Lumperport; grandchildren, Michelle Bryant of Clarksburg, Jodi Lynn Fortney Eckard and her husband Robert of Fairmont, Joshua Fittro and his wife Jennifer of Bridgeport, Jeremy Fittro of Lumperport; great-grandchildren, Natasha and companion John, Madilyn, Olivia, Alex, Campbell,Chance,Eli; great-great grandchild,Lucian.
Lee is survived by his sisters, Juanita Snyder and Mary Ellen Plough.
Lee was preceded in death by his parents John J. and Murlh M. Hustead Cunningham; sisters, Betty M. Herrod, Naomi Stark, Ruby Katherine and brother, Keith Cunningham.
Joann was preceded in death by her parents John Richards and Ella Nicholson; her brothers, Charles Richards, Boyd Richards, William Richards, John Richards and sister Frances Ferrell.
Lee and Joann were married for 64 years and were always together, they loved going camping. Lee was a coon hunter, fisherman, bee keeper, enjoyed being outdoors and fixed just about anything for anyone. Joann was always in the kitchen cooking for her family. They treasured their two dogs, Hope and Holly but mostly the love they shared for their family was unbelievably the greatest Love of all.
A private graveside memorial was held for the family and a celebration of life will be held on Saturday, February 15, 2020 at 1:00 PM at the Lumberport Activity building.
In Lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to the Harrison County Humane Society, 2450 Saltwell Road Shinnston, WV 26431.
Online condolences may be shared at www.harmerfuneralhome.com
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A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, February 15, 2020 at 1:00 PM at the Lumberport Activity building.

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MaryJo Starkey

Posted at 02:20pm
When I was young I would go up to the house Lee would help me on that old donkey and laugh at me because I fell off. And he knew I was afraid of it so he had me get back on it. Then he would slap it on the butt. Those memories of him laughing, and the times he always let us tag along and bug him, he was so caring big hearted, patient. I will remember so much about him and JoAnn but mostly I will remember how they loved. RIP.
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Brian Mckinney

Posted at 07:06am
Josh & Family, so sorry for you’re loss, words can never feel the heartbreak, we will be praying for you and you’re family. Brian & Janine Mckinney
 
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Josh Fittro Posted at 05:38pm

Thank you Brian
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Josh Fittro

Posted at 10:14pm
You made me the man i am today nobody could ever fill your shoes you were always there for me words can't explain how much i love you ... i miss you ... i just want you to know i thought you walked on water and i hope some day i become half the man you was you always have been and always will be my hero
 
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Josh Fittro Posted at 05:38pm

Thank you brian
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Chris Lindsey

Posted at 07:54pm
R I P. Uncle Lee
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Kathy Hosaflook

Posted at 07:29pm
Rest In Peace! Mr.Cunningham
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